One is Canada: A Perfect Ten - a Counting Poem That Celebrates Canada ebook
by Maxine Trottier
Celebrate it! Once you've read "One Is Canada", counting to ten will never be the same. In a singularly brilliant idea, award-winning author Maxine Trottier and acclaimed illustrator Bill Slavin have teamed up to create a counting picture book that will entertain, teach-and delight-all Canadians.
Celebrate it! Once you've read "One Is Canada", counting to ten will never be the same. In a book characterized by both energy and elegance, Maxine Trottier and Bill Slavin manage to define Canadian geography, introduce the First Peoples and the Group of Seven, show how ten provinces join to create one country-all in a read-aloud experience that's pure enjoyment.
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10 Books About Canada! By Tamara Sztainbok. Our Canadian Flag, by Maxine Trottier; illustrated by Brian Deines This simple narrative, accompanied by the luminous art of Brian Deines, touches on what our flag has meant to Canadians everywhere. While the narrative points out the many ways and places we find the flag, historical details explain its past and present.
Justin Trottier (born 4 December 1982) is an English-Canadian writer, non-profit executive director and former political candidate. He was one of several founding members of several secular organizations such as the Centre for Inquiry Canada in 2007, where he served as National Executive Director until 2011. He also founded the Freethought Association of Canada, which created the 2009 atheist bus campaign where Trottier served as one of the spokespersons.
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Author Maxine Trottier frequently participates in historical re-enactments. Dear Canada: A Time for Giving: Ten Tales of Christmas. More by Maxine Trottier. Dear Canada: A Season for Miracles. Dear Canada: A Christmas to Remember. Dear Canada: Blood Upon Our Land. Dear Canada: Alone in an Untamed Land.
Canada is bigger than Britain. 96. Yesterday l (to come) to school at ten minutes to nine. 1 This towel I dry I that one. 2 Magazines I interesting I newspapers. 3 My spelling I bad I Lucy's 21. You (to bring) me the book I asked you to? 22. What medicine you (to take) if you have a headache? 23. What. 97. We (not to skate) since last year.
Canada Close Up: Canada Recycles by Peter Cook and Laura Suzuki. Claire's Gift by Maxine Trottier, illustrated by Rajka Kupesic. Canada Close Up: Canada's Arctic Animals by Chelsea Donaldson. Clara and Davie: The True Story of Young Clara Barton by Patricia Polacco. Clarity (12+) by Kim Harrington.
What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. Dear Canada is a series of historical novels marketed at kids first published in 2001 and continuing to the present. The books are published by Scholastic Canada Ltd. They are similar to the Dear America series, with each book written in the form of the diary of a fictional young woman living during an important event in Canadian history.